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John J. Hawes
Rebecca Ann 'elizabeth' Frink
Elizabeth "eliza" M. Hawes
Derias Clinton Canady
Elle est mariée avec Derias Clinton Canady environ 1867 à Nc.
Eliza was born in Misssissippi. Eliza M. was listed in the 1900 Columbus Co census records with Derias Clinton Canady. Listed with children born/living 13/9.
Eliza was buried in Drake Cemetery, Sunny Point, Brunswick Co., NC (per Susan Formyduval Thomas msg 10 Jul 2001).
Haws Cemetary, located by Susan FormyDuval Thomas on 20 Apr, 2000:
Located on dirt road to left just past Robert Jones' Homeplace house # 2188 Manley Smith Road, Nakina, Columbus Co, NC. Second driveway, go about 1/2 miles toward wood/river, down by the fields, you have to walk too, graveyard to edge of wood on right, on a hill, completely covered with woods. It has been disked around it and it is obvious something is in the brush. Two little tombstones are all that exist. This graveyard is just past the Clark Cemetery.
Robert Jones, now 92, assured Susan Thomas, that at least 15-20 people are there, all Haws and wives, no records were ever kept that he knows about. he owns the land. He was certain Eliza Haws Canady was there, people had looked for her before there. (This was proven not to be true) He knew Clint very well. Only two tombstones exist in the middle of it. Susan Thomas personally counted 10 indentions in a line that are graves. Someone planted dogwood trees in rectangles in places that mark some of the indentions. John Haws (?) was the last one buried there according to Mr. Jones.
Per Shelia Garris, on 20 Jun 2001: There hung a plaque in the hall of her grandmother that Derias Clinton Canady had made up in memory of his loving wife and children. It has all his children on there and the death date of Eliza M. Hawes.
She thinks that Eliza is buried somewhere in New Hanover or Brunswick Co., NC because she remembered her grandmother (Carrie Louvenia Canady) and her aunt Rebecca Frances Canady Tripp talking about how they were moving back to Columbus Co and brought the furniture on a boat up the Waccamaw River to Reaves Ferry.